Training partnership formed

THE Local Chambers, the Small Business Dev-elopment Commission through the Business Enterprise Centre, and the South East Metropol-itan College of Tafe, have launched the South East Enterprise Network to meet training needs for small business.

SEEN Coordinator, Jay Hardison said the aim of the program was to give business people the means of educating themselves on the use of computers.

SEEN will also be able to convey the views of small business to the Chamber, he said.

The program is operating in Cannington, Armadale and Gosnells.

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